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Poster: Alison OK Date: Jul 9, 2018 11:25am
Forum: news Subject: Australian Financial Review: Remembering the way we were online can be fun and have legal implications

magine a world where Google could search an astounding 25 million web pages. Where Amazon boasted an astonishing 32 product categories. Where Wayne Carey was still captain of the North Melbourne Kangaroos and Ricky Nixon was his manager.

Well, imagine no more because you can step back in time and see it all for real, thanks to the Wayback Machine.

Operated by the Internet Archive, a non-profit with a mission to conserve the planet's digital heritage, the Wayback Machine has been snapshotting websites for more than two decades. While far from a complete record of every page of every site, it's still an amazing record of the way we were.

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